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Tamara Corro

Over 1,500 migrants in Mexico caravan regularized, government says

Nov 16 2021

JESUS CARRANZA, Mexico (Reuters) -More than 1,500 members of a migrant caravan that set off toward the U.S. border from southern Mexico last month have been issued documents to regularize their stay in Mexico, the migration authority said on Tuesday.

Hurricane Grace unleashes severe flooding in Mexico, killing eight

Aug 22 2021

TECOLUTLA, Mexico (Reuters) -Hurricane Grace pummeled Mexico with torrential rain on Saturday, causing severe flooding and mudslides that killed at least eight people after becoming one of the most powerful storms in years to hit the country's Gulf coast. | Video

Grace becomes major hurricane, barrels toward Mexico's Gulf coast

Aug 21 2021

TECOLUTLA, Mexico (Reuters) -Hurricane Grace rapidly intensified into a major hurricane on Friday night as it barreled towards Mexico's Gulf coast, threatening to lash the oil-producing state of Veracruz and central Mexico with strong winds and heavy rains.

Mexican model with no arms challenges perceptions of beauty

Jan 24 2020

COATZACOALCOS, Mexico Born without arms, Mexican model Ana Gabriela Molina wants to challenge traditional perceptions of physical attractiveness by winning a beauty pageant in her home state of Veracruz. | Video

At least 26 killed in 'horrendous' arson attack on bar in Mexico

Aug 29 2019

COATZACOALCOS, Mexico At least 26 people were killed in an arson attack by suspected gang members on a bar in the southern Mexican port of Coatzacoalcos late on Tuesday, authorities said, in a fresh blow to the government's efforts to curb violence. | Video

Mexican families search remains of hidden graves for missing children

Sep 11 2018

XALAPA, Mexico Families gathered at a morgue in Mexico on Tuesday to comb through the remains of more than 150 bodies discovered at graves in southern Veracruz state, hunting for clues that could identify children and siblings who disappeared long ago.

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